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hip quality team. pelosi but the forty-niners would be cleavers team in super bowl 54. if the 49 ers had prevailed. pelosi would have received kansas city barbeque and chocolates but unfortunately that did >>a fall from 4 news at 8 a target run turning into a special learn a lesson >>the polls are closed and the tonight, the heartwarming moment between one mother and votes are being counted in new her 2 year-old son in a hampshire who isn't really wheelchair has gone viral. plus surprising names bowing out of the race the deadly >>and coming up we're going to >>and coming up we're going to talk about what's happening corona virus reaching new lows the top 2 or 3 contenders was as the death toll continues to tight getting tighter it's climb one bay area woman detained for 2 weeks now been fun to release. we made usaa insurance for members like martin. an air force veteran made of doing what's right, >>and concerns amid confusion and fbi agent involved in a not what's easy. so when a hailstorm hit, usaa reached out shooting leaves a san francisco man in the hospital and his mother is asking for before he could even inspect the damage. answers. that's how you do it right. usaa insurance is made just the way martin's family needs it - with hassle-free claims, he got paid before >>you're watching kron 4 news at we're feeling good old. we his neighbor even got started. because doing right by our members, that's what's right.
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have done what has to be that usaa. what you're made of, we're made for. we have the momentum right now and they're in a great usaa position for a good night. >>now at 8 the polls are closed and the votes are being counted as democrats across the state of new hampshire and across the country are holding their breath watching waiting and hoping for some clarity in this presidential race. good evening and thank you for joining us at a i'm j r stone in for can wait and i'm pam moore senator bernie sanders considered by many to be the favorite is cautiously optimistic that he will have a good night tonight while former mayor pete buttigieg was hoping to seize the backing of his party's ide band my side super soft? establishment with a strong finish. we begin tonight with yes. with the sleep number 360 smart bed, on sale now, our catherine heenan she is the host of inside bay area you can both adjust your comfort with your sleep number setting. politics. she has the very latest on the candidates can it help me fall asleep faster? yes, by gently warming your feet. tonight, catherine. but can it help keep me asleep? >>the sanders are pam and jim absolutely, it intelligently senses your movements and he is having a good night. he is the front runner but boy he automatically adjusts to keep you both comfortable. is being followed very closely so, you can really promise better sleep? by pete buttigieg was not promise. prove. and now, during the ultimate sleep number event, breathing down his neck closer than expected that one save 50% on the sleep number 360 limited edition smart bed.
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surprise tonight. also amy plus 0% interest for 24 months on all smart beds. only for a limited time. klobuchar are in us a very strong finish in 3rd place. another big story line of the night though joe biden really the descent of joe biden and elizabeth warren at least based on the air result so far biden had set expectations are really low. i don't forget that he got on a plane to south carolina today, he left new hampshire, fairly early in the evening. here's part of what biden said earlier tonight and we're going to hear from a much more effervescent amy klobuchar and again she had a good night. so many people here. >>for me to say, thank you thank you, thank you for i just spoke to our folks up and opened a a new hampshire, and they did a good job i want to tell you the people no matter watching. and uh i want to make your career we praise their diversity as a state. i'm going to be out there standing very soon.
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>>it tonight my heart is full tonight. while there are still ballots left to count. we have beaten the odds every step of the way. >>in national news all eyes on new hampshire, the results coming in for the new >>again club which are hampshire primary it is still finishing very strong some people are wondering if she's a tight race between bernie got the people on the ground sanders and pete buttigieg if she has the for the long with amy klobuchar are coming run or will this be a lot of in 3rd katherine and host of catch-up. and here's some. bay area politics is in our newsroom with 2. also coming up we've got our >>a political commentator she's getting new details political analyst so that's coming up at 8.30 will be about the projected winner talking more about the primary this is a wild one we got going how close is the race. and who's doing well and who well, we know that cnn jr just is not back to you all right a. calf and a lot to talk about >>projected bernie sanders as tonight. thank you will see the winner, this is just a few later in this newscast by the minutes ago, not a big way earlier this evening, surprise. i think what was andrew yang dropped out of the surprising was the fact that pete buttigieg breathing down race for the white house the his neck a lot closer than 45 year-old democrat made the expected you're looking at the announcement after not finishing among the top 5 numbers but i want to mention of course that james taylor is candidates in the new hampshire primary we also learned colorado senator joining me. professor of michael bennet ended his long politics said usf and john
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shot presidential bid tonight. dennis john as chairman of the >>55 year-old was a late san francisco republican party as we wonder on those numbers entrant to the state his bid but can i just say real fast largely on trying to win new maybe a moment of silence for hampshire, his numbers in the andrew mean he was kind of state currently have in the funny cide to see him go yes it's our is is it is a sad precincts counted stay with kron 4 news for continuing time to see him. >>and then they go in the same coverage on the new hampshire primary we will have the final day at the same time. even as numbers as soon as they are additional winnowing process available plus the latest continues on so by andrew news, including when a young has some great ideas, a candidate drops out and as we universal, a gift the note, said coming up tonight at 8.30 we will have local reaction from a politics professor at u that i guess on and i think it' c that usf. >>and the chairman of the san francisco republican party. anywhereentry and he's. >>could a future whatever decides to do people want to >>that's another big story hear from you i was kind of that following tonight the funny was just sort breath of corona virus death toll fresh air all right we've continues to grow tonight more mentioned of course, sanders than 1000 people have died projected the winner pete buttigieg very very close from the disease. and there behind him. >>but a very strong finish for are more than 44,000 confirmed any club that shark. let me cases in california, there are ask you gentlemen, what did you find interesting tonight. 7 confirmed cases, the most i think what you talk about the performance of be sure. recent one diagnosed in san diego county that brings the >>i think the performance of
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us total to 13 president trump people to choose i think people have and estimating the responding to the growing fact that the still a you know concerns created by this virus after speaking with the unprecedented candidate for it president of china, the from a small town mayor commander in chief hopes actually still in the running warmer weather will be a at this point so that i think is surprising of the solution. >>looks like by april you know precipitous leaders. in theory when it gets a little warmer. miraculously goes way up that's true. but we're doing great in our country china i spoke with >>get to the kind we're president xi and they're working very very hard. and i watching what think this think it's going to all work actually surprisingly weak out fine. performance from bernie sanders minutes is next or he >>well the first group of won by 60% 60% of the vote. americans who fled the corona virus in china or released >>in the 2016. and i think we're starting to see is the today from the march preserve very same the ceiling i still air base in riverside county. think he's likely to get the nomination. although that's they celebrate the end of not guaranteed. but a weakness their 2 week quarantine by throwing their face mask in the air. so the graduation in the in in the ceiling of style one bay area woman named his support so yeah people were saying he should have esther tobacco was among the violent but by some accounts, group of evacuees. earlier today on kron on we talked 1 one really big and it was i with her about that experience was pretty tight squeeze there towards the end. well, let me just ask you with the trump moments before she was campaign like to see. >>bernie sanders being released take a listen baumann is quite comfortable to nominated. >>i think the trump campaign company has her being armed doesn't care who was in front the government has been very of them they're going to have
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accommodating. >>and very nice but to occur to pretty confident about their chances this year, although i have to say for me personally i think actually the the candidate who most and his current team, so we gives trump trouble in the try i didn't do much socialize rust belt in the states that actually decided president is are just really really follow is bernie sanders interest and all the protocols i stay i think he's he addresses the same issues that trump does but just offers a big indoor spots of the time only government solution is a close approach to the trump. so i in the morning had a meeting think to go back to 16 that like a brief meeting every day trump and bernie represent some of the phenomenon in in the courtyards. terms of populist insurgencies >>the rest of time pretty much the republican party was you it was pretty in the unable to the trump its insurgency the democrats in hospital doubt that was 2 babies on to the hospital had nevada with debbie wasserman schultz. a but that he was was that the >>and they were able to thwart the bernie insurgency is so in current virus case so he was this particular case, the democrats actually with a stronger party at least 16 in just a they can last the of order to thwart the insurgency the us so the entire flight but now bernie's back and the that think here so far thank core i think he and trump share in common. they have a god, no one ever had it passed core hardline base of support customers that was positive is both parties and the bernie and was knighted you're so no and trump are are related one was in fact however was phenomena and i think when you see their cores no one else of still needs to be to finish his 14 days conti time and now the other 12 people still in the contest had to have the
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today we that the poseidon we kind of love and passion for them in the way these 2 people and address those counties in wisconsin and in michigan and got our. >>see the cdc of paper that in minnesota who actually really the people who decide meant to the shows are sullivan company to be free of to the president all right and what you mentioned this being in fact it. another big story line tonight >>stay with kron 4 as we the descent serve joe biden continue our coverage on the corona virus. we will keep you and elizabeth warren. posted on the latest updates >>they're not getting any on the best ways to protect delegates and should the yourself. we have the very puerto rican in neighboring in latest on our website at kron 4 dot com just look for the yonone lead corona virus tab under news. >>well a san francisco man is in the hospital after being shot by an off-duty fbi agent on saturday night. police say this happened in the haight-ashbury district. the man's mother spoke to kron four's michelle kingston today and says she's upset she hasn't even been able to speak to her son. michelle kingston has more. >>there are a lot of questions surrounding this shooting the victim's mother says she still hasn't even been contacted by
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police about the investigation. late saturday night on the 500 block of ashbury in san francisco police say an off-duty fbi agent was involved in a shooting. he was not injured, but 24 year-old ted crane was shot his mom says he was hit twice in his and stomach, know i know what >>cranes mother terry peterson says she feels helpless unable to get information about what happened to her son she says he's been living in san francisco for about 5 years. she says he's an artist in street musician in can play just about any instrument she says she was told by some of her son's friends that he was waiting for a friend outside of the bar on ashbury when he was shot police said not yet confirmed, but peterson says friends told her her son was trying to break up a fight and
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you are a mother and getting on a man living down but he loved jamie and i being extremely the fan. >>it really team and you know i worry like crazy amount and the same he would get some often turn peterson has not been able to see or speak to her son, san francisco police say he was arrested the night of the shooting on a felony warrant for drug possession he's still in the hospital but is expected to recover a injury that >>then for the long family really a i'm to have any hope that i can be an standard. >>now at this time, the fbi is not releasing the name of the off-duty agent involved and they say this shooting, it's
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still under investigation live in san francisco, michelle kingston kron 4 news. thank you michelle in the east bay, antioch police arrested a suspect who they say is responsible for stealing electric scooters from an elderly woman. >>in november of last year a resident at a local retirement center noticed that 2 of her electric scooters were stolen from the front of her apartment a few days later officer angeline e got information that they may have been listed on an online shopping site after months of investigating the officer was able to arrest the suspect and returned those scooters to the woman who was affected. >>than $8 million settlement has been reached between the family of a teenager who drowned in the school's swimming pool in the san ramon valley unified school district. now back on march 8th, 2018 15 year-old benjamin curry drowned during a physical education class at the at an east bay school. the victims attorneys says the case was set for trial next week. but he believes settling
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with the school district spare the victims parents, the pain having to relive their son's tragic death in a courtroom setting. >>it as i've told everybody i mean they're relieved the litigation is over but the pain of this loss is never going to go away and there's nothing that's going to make it go away. >>now this happened at the san ramon valley high school the settlement does not include any structural changes for teachers of swimming classes in the san ramon valley unified school district. but the attorneys believes policies will be reevaluated san ramon valley unified school district has not commented on the settlement this take a live look outside on this tuesday evening. it was like spring earlier today and in fact 5 bay area locations, either tied or broke a record for high temperatures. >>right now by chief meteorologist lawrence karnow of in with that information with that shot right there i think it's safe to say that we live in the greatest spa and the entire world we do and if
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we ever have kron she's asking me what i'm going to talk so it's just like a comfortable outside i did amazing all the way to the coastline and we just gorgeous out there of course you'd like to get the rain go on them wow just that sunshine in these temperatures how about that santa rosa. >>they came in at 80 degrees today that is well above the average for this time of year 79 in napa just right behind that 74 enrichment tying a record of 72 in livermore and also tied a record at san francisco international airport of 74 degrees on the state so simply put together some amazing days but things about to change. just a hint of the sea breeze developing along the coastline but we're going to see more of that to calm temperatures outside right now we've got a lot of 40's and 50's in the couple 60's leftover in redwood city and also into fremont i think as we throughout the night we're going to see mostly clear skies continuing outside bright moon up above and well
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no cloud right now but there's a hint some clouds on the way and maybe just a hint of some rain to we'll talk more about that in a few minutes thank you also coming up on kron 4 news at 8 a high powered weapon found in the bay area and it was fully loaded also state lawmakers hold their final hearing on preparation for the senses how much the state to spend compared to others. >>their effort to make sure everyone is counted and a man cleaning his car in his driveway ambushed mayor,
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>>tonight an oakland resident is speaking now that's after being robbed at gunpoint in his own driveway. a home security camera captured the crime and now police are investigating and looking for the suspects kron four's dan kerman has the latest on the investigation. look at this white sedan going by it caught the eye of this 20 year-old oakland man but not enough to stop him from cleaning his car. >>little did he know that less than a minute later the 2 people in that car would be robbing him it happened monday afternoon about one 30 in oakland's diamond district, you're looking at home security video which caught the crime. the victim who prefers to remain anonymous says initially he tried to resist until he felt a gun on his neck. that's when he says he dropped to the ground in less than 35 seconds the
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suspect stole the victim's necklace bracelet cell phone and keys before leaving the scene. the victim says he still shocked he was robbed right in front of his home. but he says crime has steadily been on the rise in his once quiet neighborhood. he's concerned about his family's safety. >>oakland police are investigating the robbery. they're also confirming that robberies have been on the increase across the city both last year and this year. dan kerman kron 4 news. >>also in the east bay, this loaded assault rifle is off the street tonight police in hercules found the weapon last night during a traffic stop a 25 year-old woman was driving she told officers that she and the 56 year-old male passenger were both on probation officers searched the car and found this fully loaded a r 15 with a high capacity magazine and 29 rounds of ammunition both the man and the woman were arrested. >>happening tonight on the peninsula part of highway one
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o one will be closed for phase 2 of the san mateo express lanes project the project will add an express lane in each direction between whipple avenue in redwood city to just north of interstate 3 80 in south san francisco. that's 22 miles worth of express lanes in each direction. the goal is to reduce congestion having more people carpool that means there will be nightly lane closures on a section of highway one o one from 9 at night to 00:30am in the morning on sunday through thursday. there are 4 zone forecast as we take another live look outside along the embarcadero with the bay bridge right there pull up your pants after such an early was lawrence karnow is here and where we've been talking about this it was so lovely out there that they lost, but is so dry. well, you know me, i'm a rain man >>yes, i am i love to see the rain you know that just hasn't happened so much really the most part of january the good first part of february we're
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not seeing that there's a and we may just get into a little bit of activity up there right now looking toward the golden gate bridge we've got clear skies right now it had that offshore wind. remember the wall the wind damage we just had from a couple of days ago, but those winds subsiding today and just left behind a gorgeous day out there high pressure overhead right now, and a fairly dry even up in the pacific northwest with a big it all the activity even some flooding storms heading through this winter season, but right now mostly clear skies a little cool overnight tonight, not real cold overnight lows down 30's and 40's across much of the bay area tomorrow sunshine. almost a few high clouds i think overhead but we will notice a little bit of a sea breeze kicking in and that will be the big change in the pattern tomorrow. not anything drastic that will be enough to start to drop the temperatures in the san francisco along the coastline and just inside the bay still many spots away from the media coast to coast a very nice that's ridge of high pressure just too strong so shredding these storms as they approach the coastline leaving behind just some high clouds and against a very mild and above normal temperatures that will be the case again tomorrow numbers around the state to look at the 60's and 70's in the central valley
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about 69 in los angeles about 62 degrees in san francisco. lori forecast, here's where it gets a little interesting one system off the coastline by thursday see it looks like michael together then really just falls apart as a bridge too strong. this is a different model run up from yesterday that showing a little more impressive a storm system possibly moving in to bring some rain in the bay area. late on a saturday night into sunday and then as we get in the following week this is the most impressive of all, but we'll have to wait to see that is still a long ways out the forecast guys back to you thank you so much lawrence. lawmakers grilled california census officials at a hearing today at the state capitol and our capitol bureau reporter ashley zavala explains why. >>the joint committee of state hearing essentially as the final countdown in preparation for the 2020 census we want to mow state lawmakers diving into the state's million census outreach plan california spending 6 times more than any other state to make sure it gets its fair
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share of federal funding and legislative districts, lawmakers pressing state sen says officials to provide what specific outreach numbers and efforts are underway with the senses now 3 weeks out the panelists couldn't give specifics tuesday, we started out very early to do staff of working on this. i just don't know why we can have a better sense of where we're at census officials say the hardest to count may need to be contacted up to 12 times but some lawmakers concerned their districts have yet to be touched i live in a hard count community and i got to say i haven't seen anything. i i've been touched 6 times by the bernie sanders campaign and i have been touch once by the census states and says officials say the money is being dispersed across counties on community organizations to help with outreach along with media adds 10 says officials promised to soon follow up with specific plans and numbers state lawmakers are also bracing themselves for the first digital census california is using the data tool called sword, which officials say
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will help track the hard to count we feel confident we for providing the appropriate level of technical assistance and then we have the resources in place in order to me any challenges state officials say they'll start sending out invitations to fill out the census form online starting march 12th in sacramento, ashley zavala kron 4 >>thanks so much actually still ahead at 8 one bay area city is better than the rest at least according to a study into healthiest city in america plus a second site on the side of a luxury san francisco t as soon as i started talking about
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>>welcome back to kron 4 news today, a second glass pane in san francisco's millennium tower was damaged by sunday's win store you can see a faint line of the long as here it is well there likely current vertical crack on this bluish pain on the glasses located on the 6th floor of the millennium tower a scaffolding crew cover the craft with a protective coating well and engineering crew on the ground took a top of graphical survey at the base of the building. >>the new finding was revealed in a notice of violation filed at the luxury condominium high rise by the city building inspector, a window on the 41th floor shattered on sunday causing glass to rain down on to the streets below the building's management was
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given one week to finish the work of replacing the 1th floor new class of course the millennium tower has had a number of problems over the last couple of years and certainly have house speaker nancy pelosi has made good on her super bowl bet with missouri representative emanuel cleaver. >>pelosi gave cleaver some california delicacies like
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anywhere you know the key places in that you know so for that reason i think >>she's precipitously dropping. but he says he has the organization and she's going to go ahead into nevada but in south carolina, but this is looking for wellness to people what one prediction that i made that joe biden would never be the nominee. >>and that i thought it was a bit worn actually had to have the stuff to do it. but it's her it's it's are fabrications in the end i think that really hurt her she said things that just simply were not true. i send my kids to the public school she never that she was here she wrote out that she
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was an american indian these kinds of things come back with when you have that spotlight of the presidential race on you it's very difficult to get away from and when you say things like that the kind that they tend to catch up with you and this is going a club which are now that she is you know becoming a front runner. i think the the targets going to be her back as well you know, and i think this is going to happen if you have a 3 way race right now with these with you know and so for do. i think you have you have you bloomberg so late waiting in the wings with an enormous amount of money that's going to you if we actually get to that the rules of the democratic party of adopted are almost at this point can guarantee a brokered convention it could be more and more interesting times in america are a little history mike we think about it about patrick eating get one percent and neighboring state that was his whole strategy, let's go back to bulmer deserve for a minute because he i wasn't even on the ballot is jumping in on super tuesday of course. >>but audio leaked today by a sanders supporter where he was
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aggressively defending his stop and frisk how much an and you probably know that just about how much could that hurt him. i think that there are 50 billion ways that the democrats can get to forgiveness for that i funds way out of that the problem >>he already has a relationship with the african-american community in new york that's not good. and that's what happened the locally that's what happened kamel harris here locally that the local african-american communities are calling these people who engage us like law enforcement into question is going to happen with amy klobuchar right now so what happened this happened hillary in 19 94 where the black lives matter movement suppressed her support by about 3%. so that's the danger here is not that of these it like a club which are orbited can't win is just that when they did if they do these kinds of looks he's kind of reminders of the policy this has happened to bite and reminding them of their conservative policy positions around law enforcement and punishment is the thing that continues to heart and that's what happened to hillary in 2016 and keep an eye on how
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donald trump reforms with the black vote this year look at the state of the union address all the black faces the pay faces of color that worship highlighted in that state of the union address. >>he's courting them. donald trump is very popular with the black community before he became the president the united states. i think is going too much but recent republican candidates are on the red sea, yeah well more to come. but yeah that's going to be interesting to watch but jr and camel. >>back to you know go to talk about this more of course this weekend on inside politics and that's right catherine thanks to you and john dennis and professor james taylor, very interesting analysis is as catherine mentioned you can catch inside the area politics every sunday morning at 6.30 right here on kron 4 and you can also watch it on kron on saturday and sundays at 11 oh >>most folks still had a california got ahead of the game allowing college athletes to profit off their likeliness the day some of the biggest
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mobile and sprint. has been approved. a federal judge ruled in favor of a $26 billion deal efforts have dragged on for years to bring the 2 companies together. the judge said in his ruling he didn't think the companies would pursue anti competitive behavior. rejecting the lawsuit by a dozen us states. the new company will keep the t mobile name sprint's stock soared more than 70% after the ruling and t mobile shares spiked nearly 12%. the deal could be finalized in early april samsung unveiled the galaxy s 20 and it's pi unpacked event in san francisco tuesday. now the latest flagship device boost. a new camera architecture samsung says is capable of taking a pro grade photos and videos. it's the first time samsung has released a fully 5 g lineup with all versions touting support for the emerging mobile technology. the new phones also have an
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even bigger battery. there will be 3 options available and customers can preorder on february 21th a transatlantic carrier will no longer be flying out of sfo or for that matter any airport air in italy has suspended its operations as owners decided to liquidate the company italy second largest airline made the announcement today flights booked on the carrier today through february 25th will be operated by different carriers and flights booked after that. >>will be refunded the grounding of the boeing 7.37 max plane and the corona virus were 2 factors that injected uncertainty into the aviation industry and led to the decision by air italy to stop flying. >>next today. we are highlighting incredible women throughout the bay area for the next months and i will tell you how one local woman is changing the
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>>kron 4 news starting tonight kron four's profiling for remarkable bay area women as part of a nationwide series by our parent company next our broadcasting to honor amazing achievements as part of women's history month in march kron 4 will select one winner from our for remarkable women to receive an all expense paid trip to the mel robbins show in new york city first up is surely zindler on the clock
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and off she has been rescuing animals her entire life. >>kron four's felipe should all that up with her her home in sebastopol where she spends her days fostering re having animals eventually ready for adoption. >>the sleep for shirley zindler is secondary. she wakes up every 2 hours to feed the animals, she's fostering. at any given time she houses up to 10 adult dogs and some 20 puppies and cats spread out these pages and pet condos throughout her home in sebastopol similar spent 30 years working in shelters and as an animal control officer for sonoma county vote. but a heart condition forced an early retirement, it's more hours. >>and i don't get paid but it's also very rewarding. >>by the support of her husband and with her 2 grown children living elsewhere 4 years ago zindler founded the nonprofit organization dogwood animal rescue turning your
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house into a shelter during the fires we we house the animals that were evacuated. during the floods. we house the animals the dedicated network of more than 200 volunteers, she takes pets in arranges for them to be spayed or neutered and cares for them until the animals are ready for adoption betting on one and letters for saving thousands of lives far more than we could ever save just through rescue in 4 years she says her group is save more than a 1000 animals from death to and receives up to 20 request today from people either needing help with a rescue or assistance addressing a pet's health, it's just such a team like we've all pulled together to make this happen and i have had people tell me that i inspire them but they inspire me to similar knows not every animal can be saved and she can't help every don't tell her for her life is everything and she's in the business of saving lives in sebastopol felipe could all kron 4 news
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the winner will be announced early march and you can watch the mill robin show here on kron 04:03pm, weekdays. >>tonight, san francisco earning the title of healthiest city in america. >>that's according to the financial website wallet hub. the study looked at things like the cost of a doctor's visit. how many fruits and vegetables are even access to gyms and recreation areas, san francisco also ranked first for access to healthy food. the one negative in the study research found that san francisco is one of the highest monthly cost for gym memberships, san diego and irvine were also in the top 10. >>well congress could become the new referee for college force california as you likely know already passed a law this as nc double a players can make endorsements or merchandise without risking their school scholarships are the eligibility and dozens of other states could follow in california's lead. jesse to know reports on the debate
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going on in washington today over a federal standard. >>the nc double a is late to this game senator richard blumenthal says the nca which makes about a billion dollars a year has dropped the ball. >>and should be compensating student athletes the president's state of college sports is exploited to make the nca act faster blumenthal wants more states to pass laws like california's allowing athletes to profit off their names images and likenesses of these humid with the national college players association is behind many of these proposals college athletes shouldn't be forced to sacrifice their economic freedom and rights human told a senate committee tuesday. it's a job the states can handle. but as president mark emmert once a uniform standard different laws from various states. >>will create an even an unfair playing field for our schools and student athletes, the nca is 3 divisions house more than a 1000 schools in nearly half a million student athletes members of congress are working on multiple ways
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to develop federal legislation including former ohio state football player congressman anthony gonzalez, an award-winning full scholarship chemist can accept any financial rewards that may come her way. >>but the fastest runner on the track team cannot but athletic conference as college sports is not a vocation and senators to make sure that no one is left out still haven't settled on the right solution. >>as the mta's biggest moneymaker march madness. it sure to bring even more attention to the issue in washington, i'm just eaten or california's law will take effect for 3 years but florida could implement a similar similar law in july the nc double a gave itself a 2021 deadline for some new rules and it wants the states to respect its rules. >>time now for >>and let's open tonight with a special honor for the region's all time great athletes as the bay area sports hall of fame has announced its inductees for
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the 2020 class the organization breaking the news today at an event in union square. once again the class of 5 exceptional hall of famer and a's legend ricky henderson bruce bocce the 3 time world series winning giants manager who just wrapped up a remarkable career. 12 time olympic champion swimmer and callum natalie cough. lynn super bowl champ and forty-niners sack master brian young and seven-time world champion sailor paul qaeda lex city of the boat. mean there's some great names obviously bruce bocce tired after you know these wonderful years with the giants and ricky henderson of the ricky i mean it means is royalty and in sports and the is one of them and his name has always been out there before but this is one year these able to be here and we're excited about it says it's going to be wonderful class to be recognized as an outstanding achiever and that the sport of sailing is that competitive in is that >>it makes us all all of us sailors here from the bay area
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and around the world very very proud. >>the induction ceremony will be in may now let's talk some warriors the team gets to take a breather very soon with the all-star break approaching after losing to miami monday golden state is in short a losing season for the first time since the 2011 12 campaign. but this year has been about recharging for the future andrew wiggins expected to be a part of those plans just join the warriors last week in exchange for d'angelo russell 2 games in the show you can already fitted the team system 24 points in his debut in steve kerr says the 2nd half of the season will be crucial in getting him completely familiar with >>we feel like this is really a positive thing that we're getting andrews with a couple months for me the season hill and a play about 30 games for us. and by the end of this season and then. the next he's going to have a much better feel for what we're all about our out of place to
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>>we have some breaking news to bring you up to date on out of new hampshire senator bernie sanders has been
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declared the winner in that primary. it's been touch and go most of the evening more detail a heated back and forth race that we've seen we're even talking about it during this newscast between sanders and buttigieg people to judge it there we'll have much more on this story at 9 o'clock absolutely. >>now a target run has turned into a big win for an arizona mom and her toddler, the young boy was born with a rare condition that left him in a wheelchair. it was a very sweet moment for the family and it's gone viral. calling mark reports. >>little oliver was on a target run with his mom in peoria when an advertisement caught his eye he stopped his wheelchair dead in his tracks and he flip it around and he just looked straight up to see a little boy in a wheelchair, just like him ali relies on his wheelchair to get around he was born with a rare condition called aggression syndrome that affects his lower spine in organs it was just a beautiful home state. we know him just in my ring,
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somebody like him because that could see that very often mom took to facebook to share the moment that brought her to tears in celebrate targets inclusivity dot post quickly went viral to see that kind of backing and to see that support not only for ali, but the thing start has been doing target started rolling out a more inclusive ads in 2017 mainly. >>the apparel floors make refresh them regularly for the next that's coming at the end of this month garza pena hopes other stores will follow targets lead everywhere everybody everywhere all the time. make a huge difference but until then she's grateful for targeted efforts saying it's a moment, most parents like her 3 about to see their kids that that was chloe my reporting and that wraps up kron 4 news tonight at 8 grant lodes and vicki liviakis are here with kron 4 news at live that little guy thank you cam
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in jr coming up next at 9. >>even though the spread of the corona virus is not going around as fast as it had been masks and surgical equipment are so hard to find some bay area cities. what a nonprofit is doing to help during this tumultuous time and the polls are closed the votes are already counted in new hampshire. >>we know who's in the lead to bernie sanders by we've got some surprising big names that are are right on his heels and we have others that are bowing out of the race will have the very latest sage thing there keep it here kron 4 news tonight is ne obama: he's been a leader throughout the country for the past twelve years, mr. michael bloomberg is here. vo: leadership in action. mayor bloomberg and president obama worked together in the fight for gun safety laws,
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to improve education, and to develop innovative ways to help teens gain the skills needed to find good jobs. obama: at a time when washington is divided in old ideological battles he shows us what can be achieved when we bring people together to seek pragmatic solutions. bloomberg: i'm mike bloomberg and i approve this message. you're doing more to keep your body healthy for the future. shouldn't your toothpaste do the same for your mouth? future proof your whole mouth with new crest pro/active defense. its active defense technology neutralizes bacteria to shield against potential issues. crest. it only takes a second for an everyday item to become dangerous. tide pods child-guard pack helps keep your laundry pacs in a safe place and your child safer. align, press and unzip. tide pods. keep them up. keep them closed. keep them safe. tis better than the criminal in democrathe white house.esident we all have progressive plans to address the big challenges facing our country. what makes me different, is i've been working
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